07. August 2016, 21h Square in front of the St Mark's Cathedral Korčula, Croatia In August 2016, the Festival celebrates its 5th edition. ŠUŠUR! Festival of Words 2016 has devoted this year’s program to the socio-political aspect of intellectual migration and associated cause-effects. The goal is to examine the emergence of nomadism in the context of art, primarily literature, and try to find an answer to a question whether the origin of this phenomenon lies in a search for inspiration and adventure, or it is a consequence of the necessity and actuality. The topic of

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9 - 10. August 2015, 21.30h Square in front of the St Mark's Cathedral, Square in front of the St. Peter's Church Korčula, Croatia  ŠUŠUR! Festival of Words 2015 is focusing on the phenomenon of “summer readings”, romance novels and noir stories in the perception of regional and local authors of former Yugoslav countries. In the warmest month of the year, on 9. and 10. August, ŠUŠUR! Festival brings literary treats to Korčula for the fourth time with the hot topic of Love & Mystery novels, reserving for each genre one evening of

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10. August 2014, 21h Trepoce Terrace Korčula, Croatia In partnership with Croatian association Kulturna Akcija-KULA from Croatia and Serbian poetry collective Pesničenje, BLOCKFREI is co-organizing another edition of the literary festival ŠUŠUR! Festival od riči. This is the third year that ŠUŠUR! takes place in the heart of Korčula island in Dalmatia, where poets from the local and regional scene will present their lyrics. Among others, the following poets will give their perfomrances: Ružica Dević, Irena Delonga Nešić, Tugomir Matić, Olja Savičević Ivančević, Darinka Krstulović, Marko Pogačar, Marko Tomaš, Jelena Vidović,

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30. December 2013, 19h Cultural Center GRAD Belgrade, Serbia In the last glimpse of the year 2013, together with partners from Croatia, with association Kulturna Akcija KULA, BLOCKFREI is co-producing a winter edition of Šušur! Festival of words 2013 in Belgrade. This summer event dedicated to literature is going to be presented as a part of regular gastronomic and cultural program of the Cultural center GRAD under the name Deli Monday. The event will feature three Croatian authors, Marko Pogačar, Igor Štiks and Srećko Horvat, on which occasion the newly published book Jugoton is burning! is going to be presented by its author,

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